Decarbonization strategy for energy supplier

In order to achieve the German government’s climate protection targets, the decision to phase out nuclear and coal-fired power will be followed in the medium term by the phase-out of natural gas. For energy suppliers, this means that natural gas is the new coal!

Therefore, the question arises how the energy supply and especially the heat supply can be decarbonized on a regional and municipal level. In addition to questions about the decarbonization of district heating or the widespread use of renewable energies for individual heating of buildings, the focus is on how to deal with gas customers and thus with the existing gas network.

With foreseeable lower purchase volumes of natural gas and the still undecided use of hydrogen in the heating sector, there is a need for resilient strategies in dealing with investments in the gas network. As a reliable partner, enervis will be happy to assist you in developing a strategy for decarbonizing the heat supply and dealing with gas network concessions.

We would be pleased to make you an individual offer on this topic. Please click on the button “Your inquiry” and enter your contact details. After receipt of your inquiry you will receive a confirmation of receipt by e-mail, which you can use to check the correctness of your information. As a rule, we will send you a binding offer within one working day.

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Your Contact

Dr. Tim Höfer
Fon +49 (0)30 695175-0
E-Mail: tim.hoefer@enervis.de

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